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Undaunted Hope: Jody Hedlund

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Another beautiful story by Jody Hedlund. In Undaunted Hope, Hedlund paints a realistic and compelling picture of life in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in the mid 1800’s. Tessa Taylor’s vibrant character leads us on a journey of struggle and faith, allowing us to experience a historic era while she overcomes seemingly overwhelming obstacles to … Continue reading "Undaunted Hope: Jody Hedlund"

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The Painter’s Daughter: Julie Klassen

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Julie Klassen has definitely made it to my top favorite authors list over the past couple of years. Her newest book, The Painter’s Daughter, is another instantly likable must-read for anyone who loves inspirational fiction and a good love story. In Sophie Dupont, I felt a kindred spirit who loved art and life and found … Continue reading "The Painter’s Daughter: Julie Klassen"

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Love Everlasting: Tracie Peterson

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Love Everlasting, #3 in Tracie Peterson’s “Brides of Seattle” series, is a sweet commentary on friendship and love. From the start, we’re drawn into the life of Abrianna, a young woman raised up through the bridal school by three loving, yet somewhat comical, women. For all the prim and properness of the school, Abrianna has … Continue reading "Love Everlasting: Tracie Peterson"

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